Hotel San Pedro de Majagua

Address: Isla Grande-Islas Del Rosario, Cartagena, Colombia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Isla Grande-Islas Del Rosario, Cartagena.
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    Travel Blogs from Cartagena

    Playa Blanca

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Feb 12, 2015

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    ... torch from the phone to read before we are both ready for sleep. The wind is still blowing a gale outside so hopefully it stays cool for our final night. Best moment: soaking up the surroundings with Yahtzee, nibbles, wine and my darling hubby Worst moment: when the sand kept hitting our faces as we were trying to relax Banana moment: realising bed time was sooner than we wanted as there was no light source or power switched on via the generator... Talking in the pitch black it was ...

    Street Food Tour & Attempting to Have a Night Out

    A travel blog entry by eliswift4 on Jan 24, 2015

    57 photos

    ... markets of Kai Fa Qu China, so it was nice to see a foreigner experiencing that in a different country.

    We left the clock tower and the walled city and headed into nearby Getsemani, which is known as the "peoples ´neighborhood". I really enjoyed Getsemani: it was colorful and more seedy than the Old Town but still very cute. It had really fun places to explore such as different bars, salsa clubs, and cheaper eateries. Had I traveled to ...

    Cartagena the invincible--almost

    A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Jan 24, 2015

    12 photos

    Built in the mid 1600s and expanded a couple of times, this fort became Spain's largest in any of her colonies. It's humungous and entirely takes up the top of a 130' hill with a perfect location to protect the rich port from marauders by land or by sea.

    Cartagena was South America's first port. Imagine it. All the wealth from Peru's silver, Colombia's emeralds, and rich plantations everywhere -- it all had to come through Cartagena. This was ...

    Chivas bus

    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 08, 2014

    ... the van and we had to walk past a basically half dead dog that had so much fleas on its face, makes me itchy writing about it. Get on bus and gustaf is standing trying to pay but doesnt realise the guys just sayin sit down we do it later, he got pretty confused. Driving from Taganga to Cartagena passed quicker than on the way here maybe thats because we know its going to be 5 hours and not the 3 ...

    No soy Colombiano

    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 04, 2014

    6 photos

    ... during the day for security, this is good to know! When we asked the staff at the hostel if there was any other shop that might have it they told us they had an old one in the book exchange so Gus put it in his bag. Went to cafe del mal for a beer. It is on the old city wall and is "expensive" for the area beers were about £3 a bottle where as the hostel is 80p. The annoying as feck looky looky people are even there and trying to sell you tins of beer ...